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Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
2110 32326 Introduction to Public Affairs

WF

12:45-2:05 Hagerty Hall 062 A. Thapar
2110 5321 Introduction to Public Affairs TR 12:45-2:05 Mendenhall Lab 0125 R. Hightower
2110 5314 Introduction to Public Affairs Online Online Online S. Lavertu

Introduces students to the policymaking process and the core crafts on which schools of public affairs focus: policy analysis & evaluation and public administration & management. GE soc sci human, nat, and econ resources course.


Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
2120 5365 Public Service and Civic Engagement MW 8:00-9:20 AM Page Hall 060 E. Wicks
2120 5241 Public Service and Civic Engagment MW 11:10-12:30 Mendenhall Lab 0185 J. Clark
2120 33386 Public Service and Civic Engagment MW 9:35-10:55 Hagerty Hall 050 A. Glover

Introduces students to the role an engaged citizenry plays in a democracy; trends in civic engagement, the reasons behind these trends, and their consequences; issues of social equity in engagement; and strategies to increase civic participation. Recommended prereq: 2110.


Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
2130 33380 Leadership in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors MW 5:45-7:05 Mendenhall Lab 0185

J. Henry

2130 5377 Leadership in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors TR 12:45-2:05 Mendenhall Lab 0173

Z. Jiang

Students examine theories of leadership; learn the unique challenges of being a leader in the public or nonprofit sectors; analyze the practices, strategies, and habits of successful leaders; and assess their own leadership competencies. Recommended prereq: 2110.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
2150 5339 Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations TR 3:55-5:15 Sullivant Hall 235

E. Scott

2150 5388 Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations TR 11:10-12:30 Mendenhall Lab 0185 T. Pierce

Introduces students to the world of nonprofit organizations, in particular those whose missions address social issues and public service.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
2367 5376 Writing and Communication in Public Affairs TR 12:45-2:05 Page Hall 060

D. Baker

2367 5361 Writing and Communication in Public Affairs TR 2:20-3:40 Mendenhall Lab 0173

A. Irish

2367 5382 Writing and Communication in Public Affairs MW 5:30-6:50 Page Hall 060

W. Ashley

Being an effective communicator can determine the reach and impact of policy, as well as the ability to influence change. In this course, you will become a better writer and speaker on a topic of public policy; including communicating to diverse audiences with differing information demands. Prereq: English 1110 or equivalent, and sophomore standing; or permission of instructor. GE writing and comm course: level 2.

 

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
2500 5368 History of Public Administration TR 11:10-12:30 Mendenhall Lab 0191

J. Raadschelders

This course is an introduction to the history of public administration around the world from the earliest time up to the present, and the emergence and development of government and governing over time. Prereq or concur: English 1110.xx. GE historical study course.

 

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
3000 5242 Public Policy Analysis TR 2:20-3:40 Jennings Hall 040

N. Dormady

3000 33602 Public Policy Analysis TR 11:10-12:30 Page Hall 020

N. Dormady

Introduces students to the concepts, theories, and methods of applied policy analysis. Students develop an understanding of market failures and the tools available to public sector actors to mitigate them. Students also learn various methodological approaches to analyze public policy at the formulation and implementation stages. Prereq: Econ 2001.01, 2001.02, or 2001.03, and GE Data Analysis course; or permission of instructor.

 

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
3110 5323 Education Policy in a Changing World TR 12:45-2:05 Mendenhall Lab 0185

J. Hawley

This course provides an introduction to education policy for public sector leaders. The course provides an overview of the following topics: Education and the Economy; Education and Governance; Teaching and Learning in Education; and Student Outcomes. Through a review of key topics in education policy students are oriented to critical issues emerging over the course of the coming decades that will influence governments’ ability to respond to changes.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
3140 5350 Nonprofit Management and Governance MW 2:20-3:40 Mendenhall Lab 0131

M.Tschirhart

Survey and analysis of nonprofit organization management and governance, in particular those whose missions address social issues and public service.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
3500 5329 Public Management MW 12:45-2:05 Mendenhall Lab 0129

A. Girth

3500 33729 Public Management MW 4:10-5:30 Mendenhall Lab 0129

S. Simpson

Students are introduced to public management concepts and gain the competencies required to become effective public managers. They consider the unique challenges of managing public organizations and learn how to apply management tools to improve organizational performance. Recommended prereq: 2110.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
4000 5348 Public Policy Evaluation MW 11:10-12:30 Page Hall 040

N. Hooker

Students learn how to design and perform policy evaluations focused on policy processes and outcomes, using both qualitative and quantitative data. There is particular emphasis on the development of research designs and application of analytic methods for public policy evaluation. Prereq: 3000, Stat 1350 or above, and Econ 2001.01, 2001.02, or 2001.03; or permission of instructor.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
4010 33377 Public Affairs Decision Making TR 4:10-5:30 Mendenhall Lab 125

K. Morgan

Introduces students to research on decision-making and its practical application in the public and non-profit sectors. Draws on interdisciplinary scholarship that examines how people make decisions and considers the application of these insights in the design of public policy and the management of public and non-profit organizations.Prereq: 3000.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
4011 5243 Policy Analysis Application (OH) TR 9:35-10:55 Mendenhall Lab 0125

C. Wagner

4011 33376 Policy Analysis Application (OH) MW 9:35-10:55 Mendenhall Lab 0185 A. Girth
4011 5391 Policy Analysis Application (OH) TR 3:55-5:15 Mendenhall Lab 0129 H. Yi

A capstone course for public affairs majors that focuses on the integration and application of public affairs knowledge and skills, as well as the transition from undergraduate study. Students complete an applied analysis or research paper on a policy or management topic of interest to them. Prereq: 3000

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
4030 5375 Public Budgeting MW 2:20-3:40 Page Hall 060

J. Landers

4030 5293 Public Budgeting WF 11:10-12:30 Hayes 025

J. Landers

Public budgeting provides the policy & management oriented student knowledge of proper financial administration of the public sector in the economy. Includes basic methods for public sector finance budgeting and analysis.
Prereq: Econ 2001

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
4040 32703 Public Sector Data Sciences and Management MW 2:20-3:40 Page Hall 060

J. Hawley

This course provides an orientation to the use of data for decision-making in the public sector. The emphasis of the course is on how to use data in context - when organizations require the analysis of sophisticated data in order to achieve goals or priorities.
Prereq: Completion of the PubAfrs BA or BS GE Requirement for data analysis.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
4191.01   Public Affairs Internship TBD TBD TBD

A. Hutchison

Internship with a public, non-profit or similar organization in which students learn about sector combined with academic research component relevant to internship area. Prereq: Students must have internship approved by John Glenn College prior to registering. Students may not receive credit for an internship already completed. Prior approval required. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 2 completions.

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
4310 5336 State and Local Government Finance TR 9:35-10:55 Campbell Hall 309

K. Young

Financing public services by state/local governments. The fiscal relationship between state/local governments and the federal government. Apply techniques of economic analysis to policy issues.
Prereq: 4030, or Econ 4300, or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 4431. Cross-listed in Econ 4310.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
4510 5330 Law and Public Affairs MW 4:10-5:30 Mendenhall Lab 0191

M. Armstrong

Introduces students to the legal environment within which public employees and administrators operate, emphasizing the work of the judiciary, and providing a legal basis for the study of public affairs, with a focus on how the courts engage in the policy making process.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
4535 5387 International Economic Development TR 11:10-12:30 Journalism Building 239

AEDE Instructor

Study of the growth and diversifivation of developing economies and causes of poverty and inequality. Analyse the impacts of human capital formation, markets, and public policy on development.

 

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
5250 33867 Poverty, Inequality, and Public Policy TR 2:20-3:40 Page Hall 040

K. Vinopal

Presents the distribution, trends, causes, and consequences of poverty and inequality in the US and social science frameworks for understanding and analyzing public programs available to poor and near-poor Americans. Current and historical issues in social policy and poverty, program design, and implementation. The role of government, personal choice, education, employment, and discrimination.
Prereq: Econ 2001.01, or permission of instructor.

 

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
5400 5290 Planning for Housing MW 9:35-10:55 Knowlton 176

CRP Instructor

Housing - including its uses, meaning, design, and role. The creation of a range of housing to support growth and revitalization of cities and regions.
Prereq: Not open to students with credit for CRPlan 5400. Cross-listed in CRPlan.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
5600 5315 Science, Engineering, and Public Policy TR 3:55-5:15 Page 060

J. Bielicki

Presents the history of the interactions between science, engineering, and public policy  in the United States and in the context of global concerns (e.g. climate change, competitiveness), inquires into how various federal government, universities, & corporations conduct & fund  science and engineering & explore how public sector interests & processes influence sci, engr & public policy.
Prereq: Jr, Sr, or Grad standing; or permission of instructor. Cross-listed in EnvEng.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
5700 5322 Rebuilding Failed and Weak States TR 9:35-10:55 Mendenhall Lab 0185

R. Hightower

Tackles the question of how to design policies and programs to rebuild failed and weak states into functioning, if not vibrant, democracies.
Prereq: Soph standing or higher or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for IntStds 5700. Cross-listed in IntStds.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
5750   Business & Government Relationship ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE

K. Young

This is an advanced-level course exploring the relationship of government and business in the United States.

 

Course# Class# Course Title Day Time Room Instructor
5800 5324 Special Topics: Battelle F 11:30-2:30 Page 0040 E. Newton

“A Solving Real Public Agency Problems” course, based on the national Hacking for Defense (H4D) curriculum.  The course is being offered through the Battelle Center in the Glenn College.  Please contact Jenny Shields for further information- Shields.68@osu.edu

 

 




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